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Following a tumultuous 2019-20 season, UNC men's basketball will look to these three veterans to guide it back to national prominence.
Months after collegiate sports were canceled due to the spread of COVID-19, one sport seems to be returning to a state as close to normal as possible: golf.
In just her second season in Chapel Hill, head coach Courtney Banghart is building one of the program's best recruiting classes in recent memory. Here's a look at how North Carolina's three 2021 commits will fit in with the Tar Heels.
Following the death of George Floyd at the hands of four Minneapolis police officers, sports figures across the country released statements to condemn racial injustice. UNC was no different, as athletes, coaches and teams took to social media in response to Floyd's death.
In 2009, Yaidel Gamboa immigrated to the United States from Cuba. After pit stops diving at SeaWorld in Orlando and working construction in Kentucky, Gamboa found his first NCAA coaching job at Florida Atlantic, and has now earned his spot as the head coach for UNC diving.
Despite a premature ending to the 2019-20 season and an uncertain future, the UNC wrestling team is prepared for a return to the mats, whenever that time comes.
Coming off back-to-back national championships, UNC field hockey returns a strong core that could have them in the forefront of national title contention once again. Still, the COVID-19 pandemic made this offseason different than any the team had seen before.
Following one of the North Carolina football program's most successful seasons in recent memory, seven members of the 2019 team have earned spots on an NFL roster heading into training camp.
The UNC Athletics department announced a new initiative Wednesday meant to support student-athletes and their families through the COVID-19 pandemic using crowdfunding and fan donations.